The 10 most important things in the world right now

Hello! Here’s what you need to know on Friday.

1. Hillary Clinton delivered one of her strongest arguments yet against Donald Trump. Clinton roasted her likely presidential opponent in a lengthy speech on foreign policy on Thursday.

2. Pop music superstar Prince died of an opioid overdose, the Midwest Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed Thursday. The cause of death is listed as “self-administered fentanyl.”

3. The man who killed a University of California, Los Angeles engineering professor before killing himself has been identified as Mainak Sarkar. Sarkar is also believed to have killed a woman in Minnesota.

4. Starbucks took a huge step to take over the tea business, partnering with Anheuser-Busch InBev to launch a Teavana ready-to-drink tea in the US.

5. Peruvian presidential candidates Keiko Fujimori and Pedro Pablo Kuczynski are virtually tied ahead of Sunday’s election, according to a new poll.

6. United Airlines announced a major overhaul of its international-business and first-class offerings, centered around the airline’s new Polaris Business Class.

7. US House Speaker Paul Ryan caves and endorses Donald Trump. Ryan will vote for the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, he wrote in a column for his hometown newspaper on Thursday.

8. The US’ best cyclist announced he’s not going to the Rio Olympics because of the Zika virus. Tejay van Garderen has withdrawn his name from consideration for the Olympics.

9. Google is teaching self-driving cars to learn to honk without being rude. The car will emit “two short, quieter pips as a friendly heads up,” but will let out a louder, longer honk for more urgent or dangerous situations.

10. Novak Djokovic was almost disqualified from the French Open, after throwing his racket and nearly hitting a lines judge.

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